Fish is offered a job as a police chief in Georgia.
Fish worries when Mike dates a wealthy girl.
Diane's attack of appendicitis interrupts redecorating.
Harriet makes a pass at Fish while Bernice is laid up.
Jilly wants birth-control pills for her 16th birthday.
A neighbor pursues Fish while waitress Bernice is working.
The children adopt a dog; a newspaper lists Fish as dead.
A shy schoolmate pursues Diane; Fish takes an aptitude test.
A dispute with Fish causes Charley to resign.
A city auditor is infatuated with Bernice.
Fish faces a dilemma when an error gives him $1 million.
A local eccentric helps Fish realize the value of fantasy.
An older woman has conditions for financing Mike's career.
Fish dampens the youngsters' Christmas plans by forbidding them to buy a real tree or expensive gifts.
Marital woes leave Fish without a bed for the night.
Jilly takes a modeling job, then is asked to pose nude.
Fish's daughter decides to marry a much older man.
An overnight visit by a rock singer affects everyone.
Fish's arrest at a protest endangers the group home.
Fish is jailed while protesting mandatory retirement.
Bored by retirement, Fish goes out for a night on the town.
Fish's fellow officers get worried when he fails to show up for his last day at work.
A light-fingered boy is assigned to the group home.
A local couple considers adopting Victor.
Worried about Diane, Fish and Bernice cancel a weekend trip.
Charley tries to help Loomis discover his heritage.
A social worker sees an argument during a surprise visit.
Victor's sudden interest in fire makes him an arson suspect.
The group home tosses an open house for doubting neighbors.
Charley suggests therapy for Bernice's feelings of inadequacy.
Fish's part-time job jeopardizes the group home.
Shortages plague the household; Charley takes Diane out.
Victor's sudden wealth comes from working for a bookie.
Fish allows Mike to be arrested for taking the car.
The Fishes take in five adolescents and a psychology student.